The worlds of TV and film have been rocked by countless shocking stories detailing the abuse and mistreatment of women.
Is the music industry now due its own #MeToo moment?
In this disturbing documentary, women who were groomed in their early teen years come forward to tell their stories. Some of the music business’s biggest stars are implicated.
Taken: Hunting the Sex Traffickers
Watch on BBC Select as this gripping true crime documentary tackles the distressing world of human trafficking.
Filmed over three years, this is the inside story of a police investigation into a criminal gang, who snatched young girls from the streets of South America and forced them to sell their bodies in the UK.
Can the detectives track down the crime network’s elusive leader?
Children of God
For 18 years, Sylvia Padilla and her children lived within the controversial cult known as Children of God.
After Sylvia fled the group, allegations of sexual and financial exploitation were made. But this global organization denies the allegations and still flourishes to this day.
This gripping documentary about the Children of God cult on BBC Select explores its story to try and discover what really took place.
The Quintinshill Rail Disaster
In May 1915, a train collision in Scotland became Britain’s deadliest-ever rail crash. Involving a troop-filled military train and two passenger locomotives, the accident claimed an estimated 226 lives and left hundreds more hideously injured.
Historian Neil Oliver explores the mistakes that may have caused the collision and determines whether a cover-up obscured the truth until now.
The Secret World of Trading Nudes
The disturbing online trade in sexually explicit images of women, often taken and posted online without their consent, can ruin lives.
Reporter Monika Plaha meets women who found that intimate pictures of them were posted on social media. She asks whether tech companies are doing enough and tracks down one man responsible for running an online community awash with explicit material.